New 2023 Ford Mustang S650

New 2023 Ford Mustang S650 – In prototype form, the next Ford Mustang was seen. The next Ford Mustang could replace the Toyota Supra and Jaguar F-Type, BMW M4, Mercedes-AMG C63’s rear-wheel-drive layout with a more responsive four-wheel-drive system. 

Ford Mustang New Design

These photos show the prototype Mustang with the same body as the current Ford Mustang. This is because the Mustang’s mechanic components are being evaluated on this test car. It’s possible that the new car will take inspiration from the Mustang Mach-E electric vehicle.

The new Mustang will likely keep the classic two-door coupe form, but it’s possible that its prominent front grille could be replaced by something more sleek and modern. You can bet that it will look quite different from the current car. It will still have a petrol engine under its bonnet.

2023 Ford Mustang

2023 Ford Mustang

2023 Ford Mustang Engine

Ford plans to launch nearly 18 hybrid cars by 2022. There’s also a strong possibility that the next Mustang will feature a hybrid V8. Ford filed a patent in 2017 showing a hybrid car with a V8 engine driving the rear wheels, and two electric motors driving each of the front wheels. This configuration could make its public debut with the replacement Mustang.

New 2023 Ford Mustang Four-wheel drive 

This setup would make the Mustang the first hybrid Ford Mustang and the first four-wheel drive Mustang since 1964. This would be similar to the BMW M3 or M4 models that are now available with BMW’s xDrive four-wheel-drive system.

There’s a good chance that the Ford Mustang will be offered with a non-hybrid V8 engine and rear-wheel drive. However, it’s possible that this model won’t be offered in Europe or the UK due to Euro 6d emission rules.

Ford could also develop a replacement model for the Ecoboost Mustang 2.3-liter four-cylinder Ecoboost model. This would include a hybrid-drive system that will increase fuel economy and reduce CO2 emissions.

New 2023 Ford Mustang Price and Release Date

The Ford Mustang will not be available until 2022, at the latest. It’ll likely take 2023 to get one in a dealership. The new Mustang will be more expensive than its predecessor if it has hybrid tech. A four-cylinder entry-level hybrid Mustang could cost you around PS40,000, while V8 models are closer to PS50,000.